The 5 Best Blow Dryers

Photo by: WWD
First, let's brush up on our vocabulary:-
Ceramic: Use ceramic coils instead of metal ones, which regulate themselves to prevent over-heating.
Ionic: These use negative ions to shrink ... more 
Photo by: WWD
First, let's brush up on our vocabulary:-
Ceramic: Use ceramic coils instead of metal ones, which regulate themselves to prevent over-heating.
Ionic: These use negative ions to shrink water droplets in your hair and claim to dry hair faster.
Tourmaline: This is a gemstone placed in the heaters. They are said to contain a great deal of negative ions so they attract and shrink water droplets and dry faster with less damage.

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Tue, Nov 8, 2011 4:45 PM EST
By Pia Bhattacharya, SELF magazine



Dyers can range anywhere from $20 to over $200 depending on the kind you're looking for. Here's a rundown on few of our faves: